In this day and age of being constantly connected, nothing is more disappointing than finding out that the hotel you're staying in has poor quality WiFi. The goal of Hotel WiFi Test is to let you discover which hotels provide the best quality service for all your Internet needs.
When some of us book hotel rooms, our first thoughts aren’t about whether they have in-room coffee service, or if housekeeping will let have a few extra tiny bottles of shampoo. Instead, our eyes immediately scan for "Free WiFi" somewhere on the booking website. The promise of free WiFi is a big draw in today’s age of constant connectivity. Nothing could be more disheartening than turning on your laptop, only to realize that the hotel’s WiFi is so slow it will take four hours to view the thirty-minute video. You’ve begun to wonder if there’s anyone out there who cares whether hotels not only deliver the WiFi they advertise, but whether they deliver really-good WiFi.
We’ve heard your cry for fast and reliable hotel WiFi and decided to motivate hotels to step up their game. We believe we can get hotels worldwide to reevaluate their WiFi service, and make improvements that will provide guests with the quality service they expect from the moment they make their reservation.
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